In modern world a problem of enjoyment to reward ratio for work is being as highly discussed as it can get. Some people think that only high-paing job can get pleasure, while others think that money does not matter as long as you are enjoying your work. So where does the truth lie?
On one hand, a person can be pleased with their job even if he or she is paid much less than they should be, because they love what he or she is doing. What is more, ones who don't enjoy their job, even if it is well-paid, are at high risk of suffering from depression. Futhermore, though high-paying, the job can be extremely dangerous and difficult, and most of the people would not want to constantly risk their life, even if for money.
On the other hand, there is an oppposing point of view.
People believe that they can live richer and more comfortable lives due to big paychecks, and they can be pleased with their lives outside of work. Furthermore, it goes without saying that if a certain job is highly rewarding, it usually means that the job requires narrow-profile skills, and specialists are really demanded in this field, so they will never be left without work.
However, I still stand by the opinion that if you love what you are doing, you can be happy no matter the financial situation. As long as you get moral enlightment from your job, I believe that it is all that matters.
In conclusion, the perfect case would be a well-paid job that meets your interests and abilities. Therefore, you would not have had to worry about tearing between a work you love doing and a big paycheck. As the saying goes: "Do what you love, love what you do".
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